Securing PUF with Zero Knowledge Proof (ZKP): Future of Private Blockchain on Chip
In the realm of IoT and blockchain, security and privacy are paramount. This article explores the fusion of Zero-Knowledge Proof & Physically Unclonable Functions (PUFs)1 to boost the security of blockchain-enabled IoT networks.
After reading the article, the reader can see the limitation on PUF and how TRASNA’S innovation can offer an additional layer of security to PUF towards Blockchain’s Root of Trust on chip.
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Synchronization of IoT Environment & Web 3.0: Immediate Challenges & Measures
The Web3 is the most recent iteration on the internet. It is a paradigm shift that could fundamentally transform the way IoT businesses operate. A typical web-based app makes two major promises of IoT in web3: ownership and decentralization1.
This TRASNA article will describe the positioning and impact of web3 in IoT as a network that runs an application on decentralized, community-powered networks and aims to give back ownership to its users (NFT, DAO & DeFi). This new trend shift opens up new opportunities for even existing web2-based IoT companies to redefine their value propositions, customer engagement strategies, and other business models. The use cases mentioned in the article could be the TRASNA’s major innovation towards coming years.